statistically, doesn't this set of arrangements here, these eight investigations, don't they seem, just on their face, unlikely? is there a construction as which you see them being something other than a coincidence? >> well, what, african-americans are, what, 20% of the democratic caucus, i think. you could -- it's the old thing, you know, you flip a coin 100 times and you could get eight in a row heads, but this isn't, you know, it's 20% of the caucus as opposed to 50% of the caucus and to say nothing of the whole congress. so it seems -- i've never been accused of being a statistician, it seems like something of an anomaly. but this is not a new complaint by african-american members of congress. we've heard in years past that they feel they're under greater scrutiny and held to a higher standard. >> all right. i still don't see the statistics, whether you and i do our math correctly or not, i don't see it possibly being just random chance.